Navarro Correas Syrah Colección Privada 2006
During the winter pruning we are going to control the production capacity of the plant, the vineyard is going to produce a certain number of clusters, and we will regulate the number of buds of each plant by using scissors.
Editorial Reviews for Navarro Correas Syrah Colección Privada
Appearing dark, dense and youthful in the glass this offers up effusive notes of oaken spice and toast notes with layers of dried plum and berry fruit. Gains complexity in the glass with some growing herb notes and a smoky, meaty core of fruit graced by vanilla top notes. Sweetly fruited on entry with a rich, round mouthfeel that combines polished tannins and lowish acidity that ultimately leaves the wine feeling a touch dead in the mouth. Finishes abruptly and while the core of fruit is nicely red and sweet the structure here just has a hard time supporting it. 86pts
a little jammy for me, but nice tannin and good berrry flavor. it was served a little warm so it oculd have been less jammy at a normal temp.
Appearance: Ruby, with purple disk. Tears are close to medium spaced out, thin and are form almost instantly. Smell: Animal, leather, with oak. Red berries (don't know the exact berry in english, sorry). Taste: Good sweetness, but a little rough in the mouth. The same red berry is present in the mouth. Oak. A lot of earth in the middle. Medium complexity. Lingers a bit but not too much. Overall: I think it needs a little time in the bottle to reach its apex. I'm going to store a couple and drink one in about 3-5 years, when I think it's going to be at its best.
Full nose, deep-dark fruit. Rich vanilla. Smooth tannins, great balance. Nice 15sec finish. Needs some time to open up fully; maybe 1-2 hours decant.
this was the wine that stephen & randy brought for my strategist's dinner. it was definitely smooth, but not very complex. easy to drink.
Smooth red wine. Strong alcohol taste but smooth finish.
External Reviews for Navarro Correas Syrah Colección Privada
It has a violet color with black overtones. It is a complex wine presenting fruity and floral aromas. It is reminiscent of black cherries, plums, truffles and violets. It has an important structure in the mouth and soft tennins that make it really pleasant.
Navarro Correas, one of Argentina's top estates, sources fine Malbec from its Maipu vineyards in the Andean foothills, south of Mendoza city. Aged in French oak, this perennial Astor favorite is a soft, fruity red with engaging spicy character.
Deep red color. Fresh and ripe strawberry, black cherry and red cherry flavors. Black tea and cinnamon aromas.
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